If you are looking for an email sender to send the personalized email (a message only for one recipient, and displays receiver name in the subject/content) to your clients, friends or any others for e-marketing, greeting, email campaign, sending newsletters or any other purposes, and expect it to be fast, with a high delivery/success rate, coupled with enhanced visual real time statistics, 1 by 1 Multithreaded Emailer will be your first choice. 1 by 1 Multithreaded Emailer (1ME) is a fast and easy-to-use multithreaded emailer that is used to send your messages to bulk recipients. With the unique one by one feature, you can send your personalized email to bulk recipients with ONE email template by utilizing the macros, and you can be assured of a high delivery/success rate (your emails will almost certainly be delivered into the receiver inbox, not the spam or junk folder); with the multithreaded feature, your experience will be fast and efficient. Professional yet intuitive delivery report will be generated when sending. In addition to display the results in a traditional list view, it also makes the enhanced visual statistics by counts and 3D pie chart in real time during sending messages. Also, you can conveniently review the sent emails and recipients in the Log Viewer with the same visual effect. It supports almost all the traditional email elements/functions and some distinctive elements/functions as below key features: Sends Emails to Recipients One by One with Pause Setting, Macros Manager & Built-in Macros to Make the Personalized Messages for Each Receiver, High Delivery/Success Rate because One by One & Individual Email Features, Adjustable Multithreaded Mailing to Make It to Be Fast, Displays Enhanced Visual Statistics (Counts and 3D Pie Chart) During Sending in Real Time, Supports to Use the Recipients Files (txt/csv/xls(x) to Send Email Directly, SMTP Accounts/Proxy Servers Manager and Automatic Selecting the Available One if Failed, and more.
What is new in this release:
Supports the embedded images with "file:///..." format that generated by a few operating systems. Uses the random "Message-ID" in the SMTP layer to avoid some email servers and / or ISPs treating your emails as junk or spam. Outlook.com webmail can display the local embedded images.
100-recipient per month trial